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Statement of witnesses (Stephen Bailey, Willie B. Howell) to the deed made by John Francisco. December 26, 1836. Hawkins County, Tenn. Signed by William M. Alexander, registrar. ADS 1 p.
Indenture - sale of land to Jos. McMinn by David Groves. 172 acres, Hawkins County, Tenn., August 25, 1799. ADS 1 document (torn; 4 pcs.)
Judge C. C. Clay receipt, 1818; Barshaba Smith III letter, 1854; H. M. Carr note, 1867; Stover vs. Hammer replevin warrant, 1873; E. P. Gaines letter, 1899; 1928 sympathy acknowledgement from Tyson family.
36 paperback store ledgers 1900-1918 + loading receipt book 1914; hardback ledgers for 1898, 1901, 1909, 1916, 1901-1916, 1922 Fry post office (1882-1901) postal account book, voter registration receipts, 1909-1911, Kepler post office (1894-1903), 30 black-and-white photographs of the Kepler community Fry post office discontinued 1901 moved to Kepler; Kepler discontinued in 1903 moved to Persia
Manuscript school subscription document, 1840, Surguineville, Tenn., 8th common school district, teacher D. Thurman.
Manuscript school subscription document, 1840, signed by 12 pledgees and three school committee men. Surguineville, Tenn., 8th common school district, teacher D. Thurman Signed by Jas. B. Galbraith, G. A. Simmons, S. L. Henderson.
Photocopies made from papers in the possession of Miss Jane Armstrong and New Providence Presbyterian Church, Stony Point, Surgoinsville, Tenn.; and Mrs. Ruth Amis Crowe, Church Hill, Tenn. Hawkins County, Tenn.: various records, histories, etc. of New Providence Presbyterian Church; Well’s Church; Maxwell Academy; New Providence Academy; New Providence High School; Armstrong family.
Sept. 24, 1801, surveyor’s map showing part of Grainger, Hawkins & Knox Counties. ____ Evans, surveyor. ADS 1 pc. (torn) Aug. 24, 1860, certification of the Campbell Co. (Tenn.) Agricultural and Mechanical Society. Signed by L. P. Williams, secty., Agricultural Bureau. ADS 1 p. James Sterling Smith and Margaret Louise Rutherford Smith family Bible entries. 1870s and later. (Donor’s note: they lived in Harrogate and Cumberland Gap). Photostat.
Poor Valley Salt Co. and Holston Mining and Mfg. Co. stock transfer R. N. Mitchell to Hugh W. Mitchell, Hawkins County, Tenn. 1871.
Tenn., Hawkins Co., 1871. Poor Valley Salt Co. and Holston Mining and Mfg. Co. Transfer of stock to Hugh Mitchell from Rich. Mitchell, indenture, signed by A. A. and Hugh Kyle, John Walker, R. Mitchell and J. R. Armstrong. Handwritten, 3 pgs., with revenue stamps affixed.
Powel County, Tenn. Bill of complaint of Orville Bradley, Samuel McPheeters, and George Smith, Hawkins County, Tenn. .
Photocopies of family files, original research done by Prentiss Price. Originals returned to Kate Kyle in 1981 and were subsequently given to the Rogersville Public Library. Surnames from this collection are noted on cards for the genealogical vertical files.
Collection of black and white photographs of Walter Patrick Gang and his wife, Marian, at the Pressman’s Home outside Rogersville, Tennessee and other locations around the area. Photos are in an old album and are not labeled.
George Webb Collection. Pressmen’s Home Collection. Pressmen's Home was the headquarters for the International Printing Pressmen and Assistants Union of North America from 1911-69. The facilities provided on the union's campus, in Hawkins County, Tennessee, near Rogersville, included a trade school, a sanitarium, a retirement home, a hotel, a post office, a chapel, a hydroelectric power production plant, and other facilities designed to make it a self-sufficient community. (Wikipedia)
Note signed by R. G. Fain and Geo. R. Powell agreeing to pay $52 dollars for 12 months services of Caroline, a slave belonging to the estate of Margaret Watterson. Agrees to keep her in Hawkins County, Tenn., to provide for medical needs and clothing. March 1, 1862. ADS 1 pc. (mounted to backing with tape by ETHS).
Land grants issued to Richard Henderson on the Powell and Clinch Rivers, Hawkins County, Tenn. 1795. Photocopies and typed transcriptions. The land later became part of Claiborne County, Tenn.
Hawkins Co., Tenn. papers of the Cockreham and Horner families. Includes account books, ledgers receipts, estate settlement documents, etc. Ca. 1820s-1870s, 1903. Also included: Cheek’s X Roads (Cross Roads) day book, 1826-1827; stallion license, 1841; Hawkins Co., Tenn. warrants, bills of cost, 1841-1845; five leather cases (wallets).
George E. Webb Collection. Hawkins County: Rogan Family Papers
Five color photographs of Rogers Cemetery in Rogersville, Hawkins County (Tenn.)
Burial place of Joseph Rogers (1764-1833) and Mary Amis Rogers (1768-1833); David Crockett (1729-1777) and Elizabeth Crockett (1730-1777) - Davy Crockett’s grandparents killed by Native Americans
Samuel Long Election Ticket (Hawkins County, Tenn.) (1884)
Includes an account book from a store near the Devil’s Nose, Hawkins County, Tenn., 1855-1859 and also a journal of preaching at various places in the are beginning 1861. Two unidentified large photographs (16 x 20) of elderly men.
1827 land grant to Samuel Powell and Abraham Blevins for 100 acres in Hawkins County, Tenn. Signed by Governor William Carroll. ADS / pfa 1 pc. (sections missing; encased in fabric).
Brief history of St. Clair Methodist Church, Hawkins County, Tenn. Written by Jesse C. Mills for use in the Rogersville Review, May 30, 1980. PHOTOCOPY. 2 pp.
Bound volume. Church register, St. Clair Class, Holston Conference, M. E. Church South. Ca. 1887-1915. Lists pastors, members, some marriages, loose list of members (1 p.). January 13m 1889 secretary's report, 1894 and 1896 letters of transfer, and ca. 1950s newspaper clippings on religious subjects. St. Clair Methodist Church, Hawkins County, Tenn.
May 30, 1817, deed between Thomas Church and George Church, both of Hawkins County, Tenn., for land in Hawkins County. ADS (1 document torn in 2 pieces).
U. S. District Court, Sixth Circuit, District of East Tennessee, Nov. 1864, indictment of Clinton A. Charles of Hawkins Co, Tenn., as a traitor.
U.S. District Court, Sixth Circuit, District of East Tennessee, Nov. 1864, indictment of Clinton A. Charles of Hawkins Co. Tenn., as a traitor.
- Subject: Hawkins County (Tenn.) X
- Hawkins County (Tenn.) 64
- Land grants 9
- Genealogy 8
- Deeds 6
- Rogersville (Tenn.) 6
- Photographs 5
- Account books 4
- Tennessee History Civil War, 1861-1865 4
- African Americans 3
- Bibles 3
- Methodist churches 3
- Politics and government 3
- Prentiss Price 3
- Schools 3
- Slaves 3
- Cheek’s Cross Roads 2
- George Webb 2
- Governor William Carroll 2
- Greene County (Tenn.) 2
- James Charles 2 ∧ less
- English 11